|People Magazine - December 15, 2014 issue|
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The Fleetwood Mac singer, who was married to Kim Anderson for three months in 1983, says she is happily single at the moment, and while she would consider online dating she doesn't want to walk down the aisle at any point.
The 66-year-old star - who previously dated her bandmates Lindsey Buckingham and Mick Fleetwood, and the Eagles' stars Don Henley and Joe Walsh - said: "I'm happy. I might have a relationship, but I'm never getting married again.
"Mick and I always laugh about going on Match.com together and saying, 'We're looking for somebody with no health problems. And no bunches of ex-wives and ex-husbands.' "
The 'Dreams' hitmaker admits she would like to fall in love again but if she doesn't find another partner she will still have a good life.
She said: "There is always hope. If somebody comes along and he's worth it, then it will be a lucky throw of the cards. But either way it's going to be great."
Stevie has lost 10 pounds in the last few months since the band embarked on a new tour and she credits Lady Gaga's song 'Do What U Want' for inspiring her to dance off the pounds.
She added to PEOPLE magazine: "I go onstage for three hours, four days a week and have lost about 10 pounds in the last couple of months.
"The Lady Gaga song 'Do What U Want' makes me want to dance and made me revise the hustle. My girlfriends and I used to do this [dance] at clubs 30 years ago. Now it's a great way to exercise."
Stevie Nicks: Still Going Her Own Way
BY K.C. BAKER
(excerpt from the article)
Stevie Nicks became a high priestess of rock in the 1970s – and although she's been famous ever since, the mystical singer with the husky voice still has a soft spot for that era.
Case in point: In the middle of a chat in her New York City hotel room, Nicks, 66, leaps up from her chair to demonstrate an indelible dance from the disco years.
"The Lady Gaga song Do What U Want makes me want to dance and made me revise the Hustle," she says, taking off her sunglasses, tossing her blonde mane and sliding side to side.
"My girlfriends and I used to do this at clubs 30 years ago. Now it's a great way to exercise."
It's not the only way Nicks is reinventing herself.
In the past year she's appeared on The Voice and American Horror Story: Coven. And now she's released a new album, 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault.
The record, her eighth as a solo artist, is a collection of songs Nicks worked on – but never released – between 1969 and 1995.
"L.A. was this big, scary place," says Nicks of Lady, a tune she wrote at 23, when she was on the verge of stardom with supergroup Fleetwood Mac and in a tempestuous long-term relationship with bandmate Lindsey Buckingham, whom she met while a teen at Menlo-Atherton High School in California's Bay.
"He felt that we might survive the music business but we might not survive L.A. We didn't. He has always felt that Fleetwood Mac broke us up."
STEVIE NICKS "24 KARAT GOLD - SONGS FROM THE VAULT"
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